Pokemonsoulsilver Review, Walking To Battle

The PokemonSoulSilver game for Nintendo DS, is a revamped version of Pokemon Silver. It comes with the SoulSilver game card, a Pokewalker, and a Pokewalker clip. The best feature of the new Pokemon game, is the Pokewalker. The walker, is a pedometer that can communicate with the game card and with other Pokewalkers. With random pokemon you can learn about all the pokemon stats that are there in Pokemon Soul Silver. You can read about their abilities and devise a strategy to improve your gameplay. It is really easy to use and you can easily learn about all the pokemons that are there in the game.

A few things about the Pokewalker. It can only carry one Pokemon at a time, and the Pokemon has to be returned to the game it was taken from. Also make sure to keep an eye on your Pokemon’s level so you won’t miss your chance to train it while it’s in the walker. As you use your Pokewalker, you’ll discover several modes of the Pokewalker.

The basic mode is stroll. In this mode the Pokemon walks with you.

The Poke Radar mode helps you catch Pokemon, with some of the Pokemon only appearing on the Pokewalker.

Dowsing mode lets you search for items hiding in tall grass.

Connect mode let’s you connect the walker to the DS System, or with another Pokewalker.

The basic mode of the Pokewalker allows you to accomplish many things.

Your Pokemon’s friendship increases and it earns Exp. Points.

You unlock more routes.

You gain 1 Watt for every 20 steps.

To use the Poke Radar you need 10 Watts. The Radar helps you find hidden Pokemon. Once you catch the Pokemon you can send it to your HeartGold game. The Poke Radar is fun to use, and with it you can catch several rare Pokemon, like:











Dowsing costs 3 Watts to use and allows you to find hidden items in the grass. Items you find can be sent to your SoulSilver.

With the connect feature you can let your Pokemon play with a friendsPokemon using the infrared connection. When it’s done playing, your Pokemon returns to you, with a gift.

The PokeWalker adds another element to the SoulSilver game, while encouraging physical activity on the part of the player. While the walker adds to the game play, it’s the thrill of the battles that excites Pokemon fans. In SoulSilver you explore the land of Johto.

After you start SoulSilver, you visit Professor Elm, and select a starter Pokemon. The choices are, Chikorita, Cyndaquil, or Totodile. After visiting your mom to pick up your Pokegear, which allows you to call stored contacts any time, you head off to your journey, following Route 29. Have fun as you explore Johto looking for Pokemon like Mankey, Gligar, Donphan, and legendary Pokemon, as you prepare for your battle with the Elite Four. After defeating the Elite four, face and defeat the champion, Lance and enter the hall of fame.

The top legendary Pokemon’s you’re trying to catch in SoulSilver, is Lugia, level 45, and Ho-Oh level 70, who only appears after you’ve entered the Hall of fame.

It’s time to walk into battle.